|02 Jul 2012||#1|
Unable to change BIOS settings
I would like to change the boot order in my BIOS, but nothing on the keyboard will work. I reboot, and the splash screen for Gigabyte comes up. I hit the delete or F12 button and the BIOS screen comes up. Then nothing I do on the keyboard works. I have to hit the reset button.
Since I can start the BIOS using the keyboard, I know that the keyboard is working before the Gigabyte screen comes up.
How to repair, fix or workaround?
Thanks for any help.
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|02 Jul 2012||#3|
Deacon - Thanks for your quick reply. After reading your suggestion, I went to Device Manager and found that the driver for the keyboard was from Logitech, (I have a logitech keyboard), but the driver used to be from Microsoft. I remember installing a driver for a Logitech mouse a few months ago, so it must have also installed a driver for the keyboard. Since I have not been into the BIOS for about 3 or 4 months I never noticed the driver change.
Everything works now. Problem solved. Thanks
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